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With the return of examinations in Summer 2022, we have set up a wellbeing hub on our blog which hears a range of expert voices who share their insight and advice covering wellbeing approaches for students and teachers.
Try this mindful eating exercise. Take some food. Observe the food. What do you notice?
Take a moment to breath and see how it changes your perspective on things. Try this short meditation to bring relaxation, clarity and focus.
Adrian Bethune, outlines how your school can measure wellbeing in 10 simple steps
Learn about the key elements to reclaiming your resilience during challenging times
Explore tips for how to embed wellbeing into the culture of your school.
Practical ideas to build relationships and keep connected when your students are learning remotely.
Explores research surrounding wellbeing and provides tips for embedding it into schools.
Five top tips for parents to encourage mindfulness at home with their children to support positive wellbeing and mental health.
Tips for developing wellbeing and relationships, by Adrian Bethune, teacher, author and Education Policy Co-Lead at the Mindfulness initiative.
Treetops Reflect supports KS2 discussion around a wide variety of wellbeing topics. Enter your details to download the new activity pack.
Discover a series of reading lists ideal for supporting wellbeing and resilience, as well as tackling issues such as anti-bullying.
Find out more about our evidence analysis impact study on the impact of promoting student wellbeing on student academic and non-academic outcomes.
Should the promotion of student wellbeing have as much emphasis in the curriculum as the teaching of maths and science?
This session with expert advisor, Mike Armiger, explores practical strategies for supporting Secondary students with wellbeing – using tools schools already have available.
Specialist adviser, Mike Armiger, offers strategies and practical guidance on what we can do to support children's wellbeing during these challenging times.
Author and Wellbeing advisor, Adrian Bethune, explores why wellbeing is key to learning and shares tips for re-establishing relationships in the virtual and physical classroom.
Introducing a curriculum for teachers and learners with a vision
A comprehensive programme for 5-11 year-olds, comprising of Activity Books and Teacher's Guides.
A comprehensive programme for 11-14 year-olds, comprising of Activity Books and Teacher's Guides.
See what our panel of worldwide experts had to say on how to spark a lifelong sense of meaning and connection by learning and applying wellbeing principles.
During this 30 min session Adrian Bethune shares techniques that can help schools share their wellbeing strategy with parents to reinforce what you are teaching at home.
During this 30 minute session, learn how Julia Knight, Principal, EtonHouse International School Bahrain, has managed to embed a whole school approach to wellbeing.
During this 30 minute session Dr. Louise Archer explains what Neuro-plasticity is and what impact it can have on children’s learning and wellbeing
During this 30 minute session, Dr. Jennifer Chang-Wathall talks about how you can embed wellbeing skills into any subject, even maths!
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